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DEAIN HAMIL TON TELLS FN IN
OF SELF-GOVERNMENT1 FO . -R VWOMFN,,V
Self-go)vernmenIt 1? k1 stas a theory (tho b.-u odirectors of, thleag
'lmpng the woMr:en Michigani, bu3114. i' allrnoon in IBarbour gy'Iul
no one has clear ideas about it, Dean nasiun).
.'ean ilamnilton declared while address- Dean Hamilten. explained the tw,
ing the board of representatives of the types of govcrnmenit which arc possi-
Women's league at a party '.given by i ide in institutions of higher learning;
=the so-called boarding-school discip-
line where responsibility is takenen
e-tirely by the officers in .charge, and
I~0 Vyte l'e which MJichigan advocates,
(o nsoli-gcvernm~ent. Under self-gove6rn-
wnent,, she declare 1. the student is
____________________- considered to have taken an upward
Chaperones for the dance rs tonight step ini growth when she enters the
arc as follows: ~UinMrs tes, Univensity, anti she is treated asa.
arc ahs;flos Armry)Ir - l. rak.aj[mature person. Responsibility is plac-'
Adams;-~ Caled upon the individual woman.
the hiking, section bf the Faculty1 Dean Hal'~ton remninded thie repre-
Wome's lubwil mee at2 oclok Isentatives that they are, pot Only re-
Wome's cub wll.meetat 2t'clcksponisible for' themsel-ves, 'but also for
thist afternoon at 629 Forest avenue. the~ group -which they re resent: She
Mr-.e Fandi.etves il b tealso told. them that they would have
leade°"an opportunity to expres~s themnselves
upon~ the workings of~ self-government
Phi Lambda Alpha will have its 1whlen revisedl plans of regulations ;are
Michiganensian picture taken at, -2j presented in the early part of nextC
o'clock this afternoon at Spiedding',s semester by -a committed which; no~w
studio. has their under consideration.
i Frances Ames, '23, president of the
Members of the senior play comn- WOrn'tfs league also spoke to the rep-
mittee will meet at' 12 o'clock Monday reseiitatives. Entertainment took the
to have their picture taken for , heform of a sketch by the' Y. W. C. A.
Iliiciganesian.cabinet' and readings' by Catherine
Miiiaesa.Greenough, '23. s
Memr of~ PtheWi en .9l1iro'ztt n IE

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be given, in Girl Reserve .leadeshi lPu lIrhc-'3 ccre
wee discussed at the meeting of the,- ttc~m r<h e.G
Girl Reserve leaders held this weef emnn fEt1.i u hrh
This course will pr'obably be opened -
ti} fr'es11man 1and sophc'oore <wom1ien1, New Tuxedo Sut) its for ?Renta.. Wild
an will be con(llcted on m:uchl the n Co. Sta:te 1(11',
same 12plan as the c our,:e twhich has! ----- - -
been held this emester. hve a vby Iiltngt
Til'Yabeth S )ith, -'23, chairman of "Buntie Pullshe, tinv,,v1rybod
the, group, -was in charge of the meet- xelconie.-Adv.
U~I5EEUU m~um~uukugga
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Wr'eled wooden br"Idge over Cowltz Aiver at 1(lso, W arli, whose coil . :"se ect :at ieast thirty lives

Attempts still are being made to check the list of leadl and m1issinlg a~s
a result of the collapse of the woode n bridige over the Cowlitz river at Kle-
so, lWash. At least 150 persons were on the trestle when the crushs came,
hurling the.- into the rushing torrent. Many were itinerant laboi'rs andl
C~is has hindlered the authorities in checking the list of victimis.

aske~d to be planning their costumes
for jthe fancy dress party to be held
Satutrday evening, Jan. 20, in JBarbour
gymnasium, TFines 'willbe imposed
upon those members not appearing in
costume.
Mrs. Vera .Barbour
Will Talk Tonight
Mrs. Vera. Barbour,e who is -schedul-
ed 'to give a program of interpretations'
at 7~ o'clock tonight at Patteingill audi-
toritrn, is an actress of marled ability,
according to several. prominent Annii
Arbor women who know her personal-.
ly a~nd who haive heard her speak in
Detroit. She is. also considered a
Wrench scholar of note,.acting as head
of the Frepich deliartment in the Lbig-
gitt school of that 'city.
Her program, among other selec-
tions, will include .the 'following orig-
inail monologues: "The French -Ls-
son," "A Distinguished Visitor," "The
Cleaning .Women,'" "The Game of
Bridlge," "steamer skretches," and
"Scotch Stories."
M~rs. Barbour's appearance here is
being, sponsored by .Alumnae house.
" Tickets for the recital may 'be procur.-
edl at the auditorium or at Grazam's
and, -Wahr's bookstores. Admission
'will be 50 cents.,
l etneu's Association to Mfeet To6day
Dean Jean ,Hamilton .will be the
speaker at the meeting of. the Amer-
jcan Association of University women.
which will be held at 3 o'clock .thi~s
afternoon at the .Union; Group 2 of
the~ association will be the hostesses
for tle meeting.

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CI1~R1LEXTENSION SERVIC.E
UQ1;6L~ffTEES 'TO IJEE'. 'TODAY

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PRFU SN'EAL(W )i ' tEU S~g, T UI )E T

Poughkeepsie 'Professor Scott will
be the guest of Prof. Gece e . Net-

M~embors of the Student Christian
association exte isiOn committee and
the _various church extension service
committees will -hold, a Joint meeting
at 10:30 o'clock tis xorning; in Lane
hall for the purpose of discussing co-
operation in regard to the work of the
organizations.
Harry C. Clark, '24, chairman of the
S. C.-A.' extension committee, will be
in charge of the ineeting.
" CommitteePlMnsSale
Members .of,,thle Girlp' Work :corn-
mittee of the Y. W. C. A. are arrang-
Ing to.hold a-"rummage sale soon. The
proceeds of the sale will be used to.
send delegates to the summer camp)
at Dewey, lake.
New.Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild
and Co. State Street.---Adv.{

Prof. F. N. Scott, 'c-f the rhetorici -
'Jepartinaent, left yesterday for Poughx-!« Movie at Wesley I-all t mg- x .
kee sie, N.Bunxte Pulls tlhe Stringa', , r:rylod
keesi, .Y, where he will speak welcomc.-Adv.
alt tine memorial services of Mliss Gert-
rude Buck, for many years a profes- .- .d. ._._..
~I cr of rhxetoric 'at' Vassar college. The
services will be held tomorrow.s
Miss Buck is a formner student of
the University, where she took work
uddler Professor Scott. She was also
a, colloboratox with him in the writ~-
ing of, several text books. While in

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1 Stifteh -rOd.y
Arcade Kic In," a George,
i tzmaurice production, star-,
I ~ring betty Cozupson,' Bert Ly-
tell and May Murray ;comedy
and news feature.
IMaestic-Vioia, Dana in "Love in
I;the Dark;" Lee, Kids comedy;F
Iand news.
O rpheum--Isobel," a James Oli-
Iver Curwood' story and; coin-
Sed-y.
W ~uerth-Irene Castle in " 81in !
. Shoulders;" comedy and news.
IStuage-This IW'eek'I
C~arrick (Detroit) -- Sane Carlo
Grand Opera' company.
I ,Shubert - Michilgan (Detroit) -'
IBonstelle company in "mice.
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SNew Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wvild
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